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moving your mother, laura, back to new york from l.a. >> uh. >> stress. stress can be a factor. >> it can be. it can be. >> did you watch this carefully? >> yeah, you know, i do a lot to try to ameliorate the stress. >> uh. >> yoga, meditation, walks in central park. >> uh-huh. >> we get away to beautiful places like san francisco as often as we can. >> uh-huh. >> and we have a house in italy when we -- that we go to. >> we'll get to that in a second. >> okay. >> first of all, michael, this is -- . >> yes. >> this is your first novel. i didn't finish it and i'm like -- there is a lot of stuff in here i'm thinking oh, oh, he wrote that about them. that is true, sounds like them d. you ed it yourself a bit -- edit it yourself as to what went? or do you have to live with it? >> i wrote the book, a mantr awhile writing the book was no one will ever read this. [ laughter ] that kind of frees you up. >> uh-huh. >> and it's, you know, a lot of the stuff in the book is fiction. it's fiction. >> uh-huh. >> it's not about mike and jill, it's about her being annie and there are a lot of similarities
of fame in cooperstown, new york, but as tony guida tells us, controversy over steroids is in play. >> and bonds hits one high. >> reporter: no one in baseball history hit more home runs than barry bonds. >> he struck him out! >> no one in baseball history racked up more pitching honors than roger clemens. the two stars headline this year's ballot for the hall of fame. neither is likely to be elected, says danny knobler, a writer for cbssports.com. >> i think the overwhelming evidence is these guys cheated the game. >> reporter: bonds, clemens and sammy sosa who joins them on the ballot are the poster children of the baseball steroid era. bonds admitted he took substances but said his trainer described them as linseed oil. clemens was linked to performance-enhancing drugs. and sosa failed a drug test in 2003, according to lawyers familiar with the results. with all three on the ballot for the first time, this year's vote becomes a referendum on baseball's age of steroids. >> there's more to hall of fame than just what your numbers are. >> reporter: the 600 or so baseball writers wh
grandchild. belcher got his start here in west babylon new york. he led the team to their first undefeated season. going on to play college ball before landing in the pros. belcher spent all four years with the chiefs. playing in every game this year. but the team is 1-10 this season. stuck in an 8-game losing streak. kansas city's mayor wouldn't speculate on a motive, but acknowledged the pressures of the job. >> we're talking about kids that are 25, 26, 24 years old playing in circumstances that most of us never dream of and living lives in fish bowls. >> reporter: the chiefs are planning to go ahead with sunday's home game against the carolina panthers. >> our eye on the storm coverage continues next. the new warning for people along the river where the threat of damaging floods is most severe. >>> and people along the truckee river warned to get out at a moments notice. on the northern end of the petaluma river in the next 6 hours. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec was there earlier ty and shows us some troublesoe areas. ((river nats)) ((forest par, forestville - sot6 - the r's >>> this rive
on this field in new york. as a senior he led the team to the first undefeated season eventually going onto play college ball in maine before landing in the pros. he spent all four of his nfl seasons with the chiefs moving into the starting line up and playing every game this r year. the team is 1 and 10 this year. the mayor wouldn't speculate on a motive for the shootings but acknowledged the pressure of the job. >> we're talking about kids that are 24 years old playing in circumstances that most of us never dream of and living lives in fish bowls and sometimes that becomes unbearable. >> the chief's are planning on going ahead with the home game against the panthers. west babylon new york. >>> we have an active radar already, and a third wave of rainfall, really the meat and potatoes isn't here yet. how much rain do you get and when the sun finally going to come back. i'll have the answers next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, the bay area marked world as day today. in san francisco, ceremoniet th ve >>> events around the bay area marked world aids day today in san francisco, ceremonies at the national aid
with scathing reviews of "liz and dick" and then an arrest in new york and then california police filed charges for crashing a porsche earlier this summer. so glad you're here to talk about this poor lindsay lohan. how could this stuff send her back to jail? >> she was released from probation in march. now with the new allegations of punching a woman in the face, it's a big deal. she has a few other charges from a june 2012 car accident. she lied to police and said her assistant was driving. so now she faces charges. so she has those charges plus punching this woman in the face. >> she's trying to figure out her defense. among the reports is she's trying to dig up information on this tiffany mitchell. >> she hired a private investigator. her thing is her best defense is offense. her team is trying to find things about this woman. all we know is she's a psychic. she is married. and people are thinking she's going after lindsay trying to get money. and some people think she might be in it for a quick payday. >> let's look at the best of the worst from this film. here it is. >> what are you lookin
sandy and mourn the lives loft from this disaster. of course the giants share a deep history with new york and our prayers go out to everyone on the east coast affected by this disaster and the red cross in those regions they really need our help everybody and we encourage you to donate for the relief fund at red cross .org and the giants players are going to make donations and the giants' organization is going to match the donations by the employers. just think everybody here today and 1 dollar from all of us. that can really help and donate at red cross .org and we thank you for your generosity. it was just two years ago that we captured the championship since moving to san francisco and i think we're happy we didn't have to wait until 52 years. [cheers and applause] we've got another trophy in this great city by the bay. [cheers and applause] so today giants fans once again you are all world champions and together we are giants, so we have a wonderful program planned for you today and i know you're anxious to get this started started and bring the guys out and celebrate your 2012
complaints is the third largest oversight agency and only surpasses size by new york and chicago civilian oversight agencies. the office of civil complaints was created by a board of supervisors-sponsored chapter amendment in the 1982 and the office became operational in 1983. we are 30 years old. the occ was originally an office in the san francisco police department. but it was later placed under the jurisdiction of the police commission. the police commission is also a civilian body. the occ's function is to assist the police department in building trust with the community by being a bridge between the public and police in matters of misconduct and police policies. to that end the occ has a mission to ensure police accountability by conducting fair, timely and unbiased investigations, making recommendations on police polices and practices and conducting mediations between complainants and the police. the office of civil complaints investigators complaints against san francisco police officers and makes policy recommendations on san francisco police department polices. in california, l
active in open data. and new york, again with 3 in 1 is doing smart analytics. i think that's what you'll see happening as well, government starts to become smarter, make better decisions, better policies. this term algorithmic regulation, which means you can have laws and policies in the cities determined by data and not just what we think is best, but what's actually best. so, as cities keep catching on and more and more with the data, you're going to see some really interesting things coming out. >> cool. while we're talking about data, another part of the announcement today was also motion loft making private data available within sort of that initiative and that website wrieri'd like to hear a little more, john, about kind of deciding to share that data with the city and also a lot of times especially with other companies you see them being very protective of their data. there is a lot of value there. how do you sort of balance, protecting the value of your data and commercial viability versus making it available to the public? >> so, we have a unique problem, i think, to a lot of
teammates and his football family in my time here. >> in belcher's hometown in west battle in new york, family and friends were shaken and tried to console one another. >> a family man, a loving person. >> he was like somebody to look up to around here. >> the chiefs released this statement declaring the entire chiefs family is deeply sad ended by today's events and our collective hearts are heavy with sympathy for family and friends about this unthinkable tragedy. the chiefs will host their game sunday as scheduled. abc news, new york. >>> new this morning a college football fan is hospitalized in north carolina after falling 40 feet from the fourth level of bank of america stadium in charlotte. it happened during the acc championship game between florida state and georgia tech. the 22-year-old florida man landed on a grassy area below the ramp that fans use to get to the upper level. police say it appears to be accidental. it's the first such incident at this stadium where the carolina panthers play. >>> the edge of america's fiscal cliff is getting closer. can congress reach a deal
in parks all over the country, is it true. on a yalerly basis from new york to the bay down to a city called l.a. over to dallas and new orleans is it true. up to aspen and boulder too. i see many, many children every year, you see. i always can't wait back to my home by the bay. yes, i think our parks are number one, by the way. i'm here to talk about the holidays, is it true. once again it is the time of year for the elves to arrive in union square two. i will be there, yes, sir, siree. i hope to see all of your smiling faces, you see. >> thank you. >> is there anyone else who would like to make general public comment? being none, general public comment is closed. we are on item five, the consent calendar. is there anyone who would like to make public comment on the consent calendar. richard, please come forward. >>> good morning again. i was looking over at the betty republican radiation center. i took liberty of going out there, looking around, seeing location. i talked to a facilitator there. they seem to have a little problem with the setup, where they are going to be going into
. she ran all the way across new york to san francisco. a nonsmoking athlete that died from lung cancer in 2010. that inspired her teammates and best friend kelcie ran for awareness. on july 30th, a total of four months and almost 3000 miles. >> once i decided that i was going to do it i knew that i would finish. >> reporter: the run averaged about 30 miles a day, and kelcie went through 12 pairs of running shoes to shine a spotlight on cancer through rain, sleet and cold. >> there were definitely days that were super hard, you know, just the elements. 20-degree weather. >> reporter: this run raised more than $150,000 for cancer research and kelcie said her departed friend was beside her in memory and in spirit. >> we had this intense motivation which was her memory and doing this for jill. >> reporter: it remains to be seen what her next goal will be but if she was inspired by jill, she's an inspiration to others. reporting from san francisco, patrick sedio, cbs 5 >>> cbs5's high def doppler, so powerful, so accurate. live high def doppler only on cbs 5. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, of the man pol
district 40 years plus. came out from new york to get away from the weather and take my chances with the earthquakes and i have. i want too compliment the captain, because she inherited some problems and i have been very involved in this community and many areas of community and have fought for many issues. right now, i am concerned and i know the captain is working on a program. but i'm concerned about the traffic, the pedestrian safety, i live on arguello and geary. i have been a victim of the negligence of the sidewalks. my concern and i have had many people communicate with me, right now, about clement street, and the issues there. there is one particular partial that is blocking the sidewalk. their merchandise is taking up parking spaces and there doesn't seem to be anything done about it. i am just wondering about the enforcement, who is going to be responsible? i have also been a victim on that street and back in 1993 and ' 94 i was one of the co-founders of "clean up [khr-efplt/] clement street." and we had a meeting at that time at french hospital and we had over 400,
to welcome former governor from new york patacky and thank you for your leadership. over the next days you will learn about sustainable practices. you will network with the greatest minds in the industry and enjoy your time here. be thoughtful. be creative and go out and lead the befl energy and green policies for the rest of the country. congratulations and thanks for being here in san francisco. [applause] >> well, thank you, everybody. and welcome. happy thanksgiving and happy season of sharing and caring for each other. i just spent a wonderful morning with the inter-faith council and their 15th anniversary of breakfast with quite a host of wonderful, wonderful people who care about the city and about the world. and while the theme was articulated as a very rich greening theme, i think we found out from many, if not all of the speakers, that the way we care about our earth is reflected in the way we care for each other first and foremost. and that's really important. and, so, today i'm standing with people who have demonstrated their highest level of care for people, people who work
happened in new york city and on the eastern coast of new jersey because of global warming. we need to get rid of so much parking. this is excessive parking. i'm concerned about the levels of affordability in the building. i don't know what they are. are the units affordable, but i can speak more specifically to the parking. are there levels of parking underground, uh-uh, that's got to go. thank you. >> is there additional public comment on this item? okay, seeing none, the public comment portion is closed. opening up to commissioners. commissioner antonini. >> i think this is an excellent project for a lot of reasons that have already been brought up. pointed out the siting in such a way to allow access to oscar park, allow light and air into a whole area of the city. i think that's extremely well done. there was one comment made by a commenter that they don't see the cumulative appearance, but architect has done a very good job of our materials put on the screen and showing what the skyline would look like with all the buildings in place that are those that we know of are either already
miles a day. and ran from new york all the way to california. she got the job done, in fact she needed 12 pairs of shoes to accomplish her goal. >> it was amazing. i mean, the support and enthusiasm that i've received from people across the country throughout this journey has been a huge factor in getting me home. that was incredibly, incredibly important to me. and today was no exception to that. >> that's a true superwoman. moving onto baseball, angel pagon received offers from two teams, the giants and the philadelphia phillys. both contracts are for four years. pagan is 31 years old. he had a .288 batting average last season along with eight homers and 56 runs batted in. he has not decided on which team he will join next year. >>> also children from several local hospitals visited the north pole today. in actuality they took a flight on a 747 around the bay area. but when they landed in san francisco it was decorated like the north pole. santa claus was there along with vy that blue and olympians christie yamaguchi and michael johnson. you can't forget the -- what a great way to ce
, this legislation will allow us to establish, along with the best practices that are going on in new york, chicago, and the sunlight foundation, that is to create a position in the city, basically establishing a data office, an open data officer for the city, somebody that's going to help jay naff. jay is like our external innovation officer. he's helping me connect up all the time with all of the different companies in the city that are establishing and creating things. but i need somebody on the inside. we have a 60-department bureaucracy. they're still working in a lot of different silos and one of the things that we still have to do is get them on a higher level of sharing their data. so, establishing a chief data officer for the city that will work with all the different departments, establish some additional standards for them to create pinpoints in every department of what their data is, what they may not be aware of that they're collecting and computers in our departments and allow that data to flow out. this will be a good addition and a great improvement. it is part of the best practices
concern about [inaudible]. >> i have to admit, i live in new york state so i'm not quite as familiar with all of the local laws, but i do know that there are concerns that if you don't have the double extractors, you don't do the full filtering, that there still is residue. i don't know the particulars of what you're using so i want to be very careful. in terms of would it ellay my concerns if you have means that should be getting things out into the air, in terms of the safety of your internal fire house if i understand your question, not really, but certainly whatever you can do is best and i think one of the things connie alluded to, first of all, is you do what you can and you start every step one step at a time, okay, it's important to be doing frequent testing of your air though if you have concerns to make sure that whatever your systems are, whether they are the legally mandated or the extra steps that you've put in place or the ways ta you've figured out to get around things that you make sure it's your lives, it's your children's lives na you're doing the most, so i would r
with the support of 100 friends. she came across the golden gate after running all the way from new york to san francisco. it was a mission of love for her friend, til costello, who died from lung cancer in 2010. that inspired her teammates and best friend kelsey decided to run for awareness. a total of four months and almost 3,000 miles. >> once i decided that i was going to do this, i knew i would finish. >> reporter: the run averaged about 30 miles a day and kelsey went through twelve pairs of running shoes, all to shine a spotlight on cancer, through rain, sleet and cold. >> there were definitely days that were super hard. 20-degree weather. >> reporter: the run raised more than $150,000 for cancer research. kelsey said her departed friend was beside her in memory and spirit. >> we had this really intense motivation, which was her memory and doing this for jill. >> reporter: it remains to be seen what kelsey's next goal will be. but if she was inspired by jill, she's also an inspiration to others. reporting from san francisco, cbs 5. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ...because the wisconsin, nebraska wi
. and, so, i would like to remind you of the love canal in new york and so many other projects where people are injured because of what takes place because people did not have the information they needed to know what the impacts of that project may be. we have new impacts now with climate change and sea level rise. we're having the warriors with their a rectionverctiontion a are they taking into account sea level rise sufficiently? will the c-e-q-a allow us to analyze that if we start going through an appeal process, a revision to an appeal process that removes the public's ability to comment on these issues and appeal them, we may end up with many disasters that will be much more costly than the proposed money that these projects will bring in. so, this is no small thing. the other part about c-e-q-a is it is a citizen enforcement me anixthvment. -- mechanism. nobody can enforce c-e-q-a, but citizens can. [speaker not understood]. nobody enforces c-e-q-a itself except the citizens. it is designed for the citizens to have that right. and, so, every time you abbreviate the ability or
way on his teammates and his football family in my time here. >> in bill cher's home town in new york, family and friends were shaken and tried to console one another. >> family man, a loving person. >> he was like somebody to look up to around here. >> the chiefs released this statement declaring the entire chiefs family is deeply saddened by today's events and our collective hearts are heavy with sympathy, thoughts and prayers for the families affected by this unthinkable tragedy. the chiefs will host the carolina panthers on sunday as scheduled. dam -- >> ama: developing news in afghanistan. a two-hour attack began when suicide bombers blew up a car at the gate of the base. u.s. helicopters fired on the attacking militants of eight were killed but none got through to air base. the taliban claimed responsibility one member of the afghan security forces were killed and several foreign troops were wounded. >> in jamb, rescue crews are working frantically to dig out people buried alive in a freeway tunnel collapse. a fire inside the tunnel is holing back rescuers. thank you tunnel is 4
for the "live point after" show for all the insights and interviews. >>in new york, austin no- doubt trout put his 154-pound record on the libe against madison squared gardens favorite son miguel cotto. trout keeps peppering cotto and makes sure that the biased crowd understands there is a new sheriff in town. austin trout wins with a clear decision over miguel cotto. 27-0 and new yorkers, you are better believe him. >>> one of the better known characters of the basketball coaching world nick majerus died today. he led utah to the ncaa final 4. he had 50 20-win seasons. as we 64. >>> and that is sports as we see it this saturday edition of sportswrap. your first place warriors beat indiana and we're looking forward to the rams-49ers game to avenge that tie. >> thank you for trusting ktvu and of course the rain is still falling. >> you can see scattered
. york center for kids coming up in just a bit. >> stepping away from the storm to bring you other news. a new chapter in the oscar grant case unfolding tomorrow. grant was killed by a bart police officer at the bart station in the early hours of new year's day 2009. at 9:00 tomorrow morning, to oakland civil rights attorneys will argue before that appeals court in san francisco that the bart police officers should not receive legal immunity against a civil suit. a federal judge last year ruled that the civil case should go to trial. >> the bay area feeling the impact of a strike at the ports of los angeles and long beach. at least one cargo ship destined for southern california diverted to oakland overnight. that's because they walked off the job to support clerical workers. more cargo ships are parked waiting to come in. some may be forced to come to deliver their goods. >> there may be a few ships that come to oakland. most of those are ones that normally make the call here anyway. >> contract talks with clerical workers are set to resume this morning, which is the fifth day of the s
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